Saturday, May 11, 2013

Extended 20% Off Sale!

Thank you to everyone who visited our store during the 2 day Teacher Appreciation Week sale! It truly was a great week. Our school had a nice surprise for us each day and I hope each of your schools did the same! I realized how busy I was all week though and that many teachers might not have had a chance to really explore and find the resources they need.

With that in mind, I decided to extend the 20% off sale on every item in the Students of History store through tomorrow! Hopefully this gives every teacher out there an opportunity to find a n amazing new resource for your classroom!

Some of the most recent items I uploaded include:

1. A fantastic lesson on the Age of Imperialism in which students write and act out scenes based on primary source cartoons.

2. A really cool lesson on Empires of the World in 1500 that features a printable map, PowerPoint of notes, set of readings, and hand-on building project for the major world empires at 1500. Students in this lesson create models of great building projects using straws and tape, including the Taj Mahal, Great Wall of China, and Suleiman Mosque.

3. Lastly, here's an awesome FREE lesson I created using a primary source letter of Abraham Lincoln's in which he writes about the importance of education and hard work!

Thanks for visiting and best of luck through the end of the school year!


  1. Found your blog from the neighborhood blog party. We wanna learn history with Snoop Dogg, too!
    Joe and Allie Teach

  2. Haha, thanks for visiting! I just learned that he's actually called Snoop Lion now!